MDA Powerlists - Be able to use account mapping from a lookup object

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I was working with a customer that had a MDA object without the required Account ID and Account Name mapping to be able to use it in a power list. However, it did have a lookup to the Company object that we could get the Account Name and Account ID mapping on. My request is to be able use the mapping on the lookup object so we can use the source object in the Powerlist.
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Could you do this with Bionic Query / Advanced Outreach?
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That would work, but would take away the ease of work with Powerlist, such as the ones that fetch "All Contacts From Filtered Accounts". In Bionic Query, one would need to build the extra joins to emulate that function in a powerlist.
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Got it.  Makes sense. 
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+1 We are feeding usage events into an MDA object with the Segment 2.0 connector, and we want to have power lists based on specific events firing.  We have Gainsight Connect populating the Company Object and it definitely lets us join back to SFDC objects in rules.  Would be really great to have the Company object Account Lookups be recognized by Power Lists.